The Great Tomorrow….

Nick speaking… We welcome you to our foundation’s site, which we hope will become your spiritual haven. You will be joining people here who are from all over the world, from all different walks of life. Some observe religions and others do not.. but all have spiritual relationships with God, as Sara and I do. We are here with a common purpose…which is to help one another spiritually, to evolve in becoming at one with that part of God inside of each of us. …and we have a commitment to raise the consciousness of humanity….We believe since we are all God’s children we are indeed all brothers and sisters. We are committed to live our lives embracing universal love and universal compassion…Come join us in creating The Great Tomorrow.

 

FROM NICK: I have been blessed to join with Sara on this website  in which we will pray for those who are in need of a healing...We are not healers; God is the healer, using us as the Lord’s conduit to reach that part of God inside of each of you…You are not humans that by coincidence have a spirit and a soul. You are spirits with a soul that are having a human experience. …Sara and I are non-denominational…

 Nick

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  1. “Many, many of you are awakening to the realization that it is not retaliating
    against chaos with its own weapons and other subversion that is required, it
    is not binding chaos and holding it in check that will defeat it, but that to
    build a viable future, you need to infiltrate chaos with kindness, transform
    and literally dissolve it through the greater powers of inclusiveness, love and
    unity. Weak though this course may appear on the surface, it is the only
    viable one and once more, it is open for all to demonstrate in whatever ways
    you choose and are available to you. Did I not preach so long ago in
    Palestine, “Love thine enemy, love one another, do unto others as you would
    have done unto you”?
    These fundamental words have not changed, ….”

    Yeshua, in part WeSeekToServe.com
    July panel discussion


  2. Cat Stevens “Father and Son”
    always one of my favorites

    Shine On
    Tammianne

  3. Linda O.
    She goes to the doctor a lot for blood work for the diet that she’s on for her thyroid.Everything comes back better than normal.She knows the ground rules but has decided they don’t apply to her.The problems started when she got out of school at the end of June.The three people that are going to talk to her are people that are like family.Good people that are trusted and knows her better than anyone else.They’ll be able to see the changes in her better than the doctor that doesn’t know her as well.If they see she needs additional help they can guide her in the right direction and she would listen.She’s at the point where I don’t think she’d listen to the doctor right now.

  4. Linda: that’s a nice song, thanks for sharing it.
    Shine on
    Tammianne

  5. Pam: it sounds like you have been busy finding support. I hope that all goes well.
    Namaste
    Tammianne

  6. Linda O. says:

    where our story becomes our prayer by way of healing and faith. that is the place we need to journey to. it is an inward journey and as we develop our trust in our practice and in our faith, our connection deepens and becomes more certain, more true.

    one of my favorite songs by The Staves, a Sufjan Stevens song, All Things Go.

  7. Linda O. says:

    Pam, I would not try to fix her behavior or sort of put her situation out there to others as the first part of a healing relationship is the development of trust. Teens tend to individuate around age 17 and do not come through this transition until about 24. hormonally they can be horribly adverse to their same sex parent, needing to make mistakes and do it themselves. What the parent needs to do in their home is establish ground rules. If it is, no drinking in the bedroom, cleaning the common spaces in equal share, and so forth. Just the very basics. Not as punishment but a clear set of boundaries that keep all members of the family feeling balanced.

    The next thing I would do is bring her in to her physician for a health check. Have them check her for depression and even screen her nutrient levels. See if she needs any supplementary care. Alcohol is a major depressive so if you take someone who is blue and add alcohol they climb into a hole deeper and it becomes even more difficult to be optimistic.

    One of my favorite slogans from the 12-step program is ‘keep the focus on yourself’ Cleaning up your own emotional debris as her mother and setting standards for self-care and harmony is really important. You may seek some kind of on-going self enrichment for upliftment. 12-step, prayer group for your own inner health, etc..

    The Conscious Parent – a book by Dr. Shefali Tsabary is a really remarkable read and can bring in spiritual attunement to brand new possibilities for life long parenting issues. I found her to be remarkably clear and spiritually fresh.

    Bless you on your journey. May Gods Peace shine in you and guide you on your way home.

  8. Hopefully things will go okay.I talked to a friend of hers that got her started in youth group when she was young enough.She has agreed to talk to her about the risky behavior.Plus her two youth group leaders are willing to talk to her.One of them has a husband who is a Portland Police officer so he would know horror stories about what happens to someone like my daughter.I’m hoping it works.One of them thinks that she may know someone who needs a room mate.That way if she wants to move out bad enough we know she’s safe and with good people.Good influences,too.That doesn’t mean that I’m going to stop praying for her.

  9. Pam: so sorry to hear of this….Holding you and your daughter in God’s light and love.

    Namaste
    Tammianne

  10. Well she’s been gone since nine this morning and I haven’t heard from her.I went in her room and found more than just a couple of beer bottles.There were three wine bottles in there.Two were empty and one half full.We were able to get into her e-mail.She’s been sending e-mails to someone she doesn’t even know telling him that she’d do anything to move away from home.Talking to him about sex.That behavior would go along with the drinking.I’m trying to set up some intervention for her.It’s with someone that I’m hoping she’ll still listen to.All I can do now is pray for the best possible outcome so that she doesn’t get hurt.

  11. Welcome to Rachel. I also will include you in my prayers asking that complete healing of your hands can manifest. Bless you!
    ___
    Pam, wow, it sounds like you have been having problems for years with your daughter. If there’s not a disability that she’s afflicted with, at 22 years old she may be exercising her own free will, and you may be sooooooo tired of her attitude. I can pray that you find the strength, patience and fortitude to stay centered in love as you continue in your parental guidance. Take a deep breath and don’t give up on her.
    ___
    Sending LOVE and LIGHT to ALL!

  12. I thought drugs,too.She has been real secretive for the last couple of weeks and has a real attitude.She is out of school until August 1 but someone is there twice a week.They do random drug tests.I’m thinking about going in to see if they’ll do one.

  13. oh, I thought she was in college.This is sounding familiar.Tough love is the right way to go. She needs to learn
    responsibility but it sounds like she doesn’t want to. It does sound like she met someone and drugs could be involved.
    It could be she took some herself and she wants more.
    Prayers for you and your family
    Tammianne

  14. She’s going to Portland Youth Builders to get her G.E.D.She was homeschooled and decided not to finish so now decided that she needs to.She was gone for about three hours this afternoon after lying about where she was going so she lost her laptop.In the craigslist ad that she put on she claimed that she cleans up after herself which isn’t true.I have to get after her all the time to pick up her messes.Her room is a total pigpen.She volunteers at the library tomorrow.I’m going in with boxes and EVERYTHING is going in boxes and put in the garage.From there she can earn them back.First thing in the morning she’s getting up so I can take her to the bank.She’s taking money out to pay rent here.Her whole attitude has changed in the last couple of weeks so I’m wondering if she met someone at work and there’s drugs involved.There were a couple of opened beer bottles in her room and we don’t have beer around the house.Her attitude is more than that.

  15. well Pam, you do have a situation on your hands. I have kicked out a couple of roommates because they didn’t do their part. It sounds to me like she needs to get out and see what life is really all about. I remember when my son first began college at Oregon State. It was a whole new life for him. Suddenly he was proud to have a car, a Ford Escort, when so
    many didn’t have cars.( He had attended Lake Oswego High School where students had BMW’s) He also told me of a teenage mother attending school there. His eyes were opened. I think you need, (and maybe you have) to tell your daughter that if she moves out that she will have to pay her part of rent and take care of their home. She must realize this.
    Sometimes you just have to let your children make mistakes and let them flounder for a bit.
    I think college boards in the cafeterias or common areas have places for notices like roommate wanted. Has she applied for student loans?..also food assistance.. We were fortunate that my son received child support for the first three years of college that paid his part of rent.

    Tammianne

  16. Tammianne,
    It’s not really the fact that she wants to move out.That I can understand.It’s the fact that she placed the ad without saying anything plus the way she worded it.The fact that she doesn’t care who it is.If she was able to handle a more permanent job plus go to school would make it easier,too.I’ve been trying for five hours to get her up out of bed to help with chores and she hasn’t come out of her room yet.A room mate wouldn’t accept that.It’s not fair to her brother and I to be up doing chores around the house and have her’s go undone because she won’t come do them.

  17. Pam: we are here to support you and your family in a spiritual sense…Prayers from me….My 18 year old niece will
    probably move in with me soon..She will be attending college in Sept. and she lost the 2 potential roommates she was
    going to have…And yes, they need to be safe and don’t always make the best choices. I know I didn’t make good choices.
    Who knows, maybe she will meet some very nice people?…prayers

    love and light
    Tammianne

  18. I hate to ask for prayers but I feel I need to.My daughter is 22 and still lives at home because she’s not ready to move out yet.Her very part time job ends on August 11 and she’ll be back in school full time by then.I ran across an ad that she had put on craigs list yesterday that could get her hurt.She’s looking for room mates to move it with.The way that she put it is that she doesn’t care who it is she just wants room mates.When I asked her about the ad she wouldn’t even answer me.She just started walking away.I told her to stop that I deserved better than that.She’s not ready to move away from home at this point.She’s a very immature 22.